Percept, feeling, pragma
some static and genetic connections
In this chapter, the author seeks to examine some connections among the noematic correlates of perception, affectivity and willing by focusing on the transition from static to genetic egological analyses as developed by Husserl. From the static point of view two features stand out: the structural parallelism among the three kinds of acts, and the one-sided foundation of feeling and volition on perception. The structure of the living present disclosed by genetic analyses puts into relief both the originary interplay of the lowermost hyletic components, which calls for a many-sided or reciprocal foundation, and the rooting of perception and willing in feeling.
Full citation [Harvard style]:
Rabanaque, L.R. (2017)., Percept, feeling, pragma: some static and genetic connections, in R. Walton, S. Taguchi & R. Rubio (eds.), Perception, affectivity, and volition in Husserl's phenomenology, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 21-34.
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